Mrs.  Jennifer  Plemons
Math/Head Girls Soccer/Prom
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Subjects Taught
Algebra, Geometry


Master Degree in Administration & Supervision from University of Phoenix in 2006

Bachelors of Science in Mathematics with a Minor in Education from St Joseph's College in 2000. (Patchogue, NY)



Murray County High School

Math Teacher

Head Girls Soccer Coach

Prom Sponsor

2014 - Present


Gwinnett County Public Schools, GA

Mill Creek High School, 2012 - 2014

Shiloh High School, 2000 - 2012


My name is Jennifer Plemons and I am a math teach among many other things.


I was born and raised in Lake Grove, NY.... which is on Long Island, which is about a 90 minute drive from Manhattan. I graduated from Sachem HS in 1995 with a graduating class of 1124--- yep, much bigger then MCHS. I moved to Georgia and began my teaching career at Shiloh HS in Gwinnett in August of 2000. There I was a math teacher, soccer coach, homecoming/prom advisor, and several other titles (too many to list).  After 12 years at the same school, I transferred to the biggest school in the state of GA-- Mill Creek HS, with just under 4,000 students. Crazy, I know.

In 2013, I was married to Steve Plemons, who is also a math teacher and football coach. We decided to move our family out of the craziness of Gwinnett and Atlanta and into the North Georgia area. Together we have 4 children- Alexandria & Madalynn, who attend Chatsworth ES and Keylon & Ayden, who attend school in TN.

This is my 2nd year at MCHS- I am a math teacher, the girls head soccer coach, and I am also the sponsor for Junior Board, who is charge of planning the MCHS Prom. I also run the school Twitter and Instagram pages, keeping everyone up to date on all the MCHS news.

I absolutely love the small town feel of MCHS and am so glad I was able to find this placement. I feel I have learned a ton being at MCHS and hope to help the school grow as much as I can. I treat the students as my own and couldn't imagine doing any other job in the world.

I hope to see you all in my classroom this year. You can reach out to me at anytime.